7 edition of Historical memory and representations of the Vietnam War found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 364-365).
|Statement||edited with introductions by Walter L. Hixson.|
|Series||The United States and the Vietnam War ;, 6|
|Contributions||Hixson, Walter L.|
|LC Classifications||DS559.73.U6 H57 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 368 p. :|
|Number of Pages||368|
|ISBN 10||0815335369, 081533530X|
|LC Control Number||00030861|
In Vietnam, the war is both past and present. It is past in the sense that diplomatic relations with the US have been normalized, the Vietnamese people have largely moved-on, and Vietnam is actively pursuing western investors and fostering a burgeoning tourist industry. But the war is also still very present. Researchers have raised questions about recovering traumatic situations such as the Holocaust, the bombing of Hiroshima, the Vietnam war or the fratricidal massacres in Yugoslavia. Although some classic studies have identified important aspects relating to history and memory, there are several ways of dealing with the past, all of which involve interests, power and exclusion.
The Country of Memory fills this gap in the literature by addressing the subject of history, memory, and commemoration of the Vietnam War in modern day Vietnam. This pathbreaking volume details the nuances, sources, and contradictions in both official and private memory of the War, providing a provocative assessment of social and cultural change in Vietnam since the s. UPDATE: After we posted this article, Times readers weighed in with their favorite books on the Vietnam War. These 10 books, in addition to the ones below, were recommended multiple times.
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In this volume scholars draw conclusions about the ways in which the war has been remembered. Historical Memory and Representations of the Vietnam War Historical Memory and Representations of the Vietnam War, Walter L.
Hixson, ISBN X, Volume 6 of United States and the. Historical memory and representations of the Vietnam War. edited with introductions by Walter L. Hixson. New York: Garland Pub., xv, pages: illustrations; 24 cm. Description: "A study of American attempts to come to terms with the legacy of the Vietnam War, this book highlights the central role played by Vietnam veterans in shaping public memory of the war.
Tracing the evolution of the image of the Vietnam veteran from alienated dissenter to traumatized victim to noble warrior, Patrick Hagopian describes how efforts to commemorate the war increasingly. Discover the best Vietnam War History in Best Sellers. Find the top most popular items in Amazon Books Best Sellers.
BLOODS: BLACK VETERANS OF THE VIETNAM WAR: AN ORAL HISTORY. by Wallace Terry, Bloods is the preeminent examination of African-American troops’ experiences in Vietnam.
Terry, a former Time magazine correspondent, presents the war and postwar stories of 20 black veterans. Some of the personal histories are inspirational tales from men who overcame powerful odds; others are. The final book on your list of books about the Vietnam War is Days.
This was a book I read before I went to Vietnam and it was written by an army doctor who wasn’t even there.
I think he was in Japan. But what he did was he interviewed the people he was treating and it was one of the great examples of breaking through the statistics. The History and Memory of the Vietnam War. In many ways the memory of the Vietnam War drastically diverges from the actual history of the war.
Frequently these differences are propagated by the government, media, or society out of ignorance, contempt, or both. One of the most prominent examples of this is the Tonkin Gulf incident which lead to a resolution with the same name.
FINALIST, NATIONAL BOOK AWARD FOR NONFICTION, All wars are fought twice, the first time on the battlefield, the second time in memory. From the author of the Pulitzer Prize winning novel The Sympathizer comes a searching exploration of the conflict Americans call the Vietnam War and Vietnamese call the American War a conflict that lives on in the collective memory of b4/5().
Christina Schwenkel's absorbing study explores how the "American War" is remembered and commemorated in Vietnam today -- in official and unofficial histories and in everyday life. Schwenkel. Robert F. Turner, a Vietnam veteran and Hoover Institution fellow who later obtained a non-tenured position at the University of Virginia Law School, disputed the portrayal of the Vietnamese Communists as devoted nationalists in his book Vietnamese Communism: Its Origins and Development.
17 In an international history of the war, distinguished. The Vietnam War was a long, costly and divisive conflict that pitted the communist government of North Vietnam against South Vietnam and its principal ally, the United States.
In The Scar That Binds, Keith Beattie examines the central metaphors of the Vietnam war and their manifestations in American culture and life. Blending history and cultural criticism in a lucid style, this provocative book discusses an ideology of unity that has emerged through widespread rhetorical and cultural references to the war.
“The Vietnam War: An Intimate History” is an impressive-looking book, with a vast array of photos that accompanies a look back at the long and complicated war.
Unfortunately, the. The vietnam war Pictures That Moved Them Most While the Vietnam War raged — roughly two decades’ worth of bloody and world-changing years — compelling images.
The Vietnam War is evolving from contemporary memory into history. Fifty years on, it still serves as a benchmark in the history of war reporting and in the representation of conflict in popular culture and historical memory.
However, as contemporary culture tries to come to terms with the events and their political, psychological and cultural. The Country of Memory fills this gap in the literature by addressing the subject of history, memory, and commemoration of the Vietnam War in modern day pathbreaking volume details the nuances, sources, and contradictions in both official and private memory of the War, providing a provocative assessment of social and cultural change in Vietnam since the s.
Memory and Form: An Analysis of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Julianne Corbin (WRPaper 3) Read the instructor’s introduction Download this essay.
On Novemthe Vietnam Veterans Memorial (VVM) was completed, ten years after the end of the bitter and divisive Vietnam War that tore the United States apart.
About The Vietnam War. From the award-winning historian and filmmakers of The Civil War, Baseball, The War, The Roosevelts, and others: a vivid, uniquely powerful history of the conflict that tore America apart–the companion volume to the major, multipart PBS film to be aired in September More than forty years after it ended, the Vietnam War continues to haunt our country.
This nicely written book should be available to all, and especially to scholars and discerning public intellectuals. Summing up: Highly recommended.” CHOICE “Veteran Narratives and the Collective Memory of the Vietnam War is a discerning investigation of historical remembrance in the writings of Vietnam War veterans.
John Wood deftly.A Vietnam War Reader: A Documentary History from American and Vietnamese Perspectives By Michael H. Hunt University of North Carolina Press, PS PRIMARY SOURCE A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic.In Nothing Ever Dies: Vietnam and the Memory of War Viet Thanh Nguyen, a professor of American Studies at USC and a Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist, reflects deeply on the mechanisms of memory which have shaped and controlled the images and understandings of the Vietnam War.
He does not confine himself to Vietnam, drawing broad strokes across.